Catch Us If You Can (1965) (released as Having a Wild Weekend in the U.S.) was the feature-film debut of director John Boorman. It was designed as a vehicle for pop band the Dave Clark Five, whose popularity at the time rivaled that of the Beatles, and is named after their hit song "Catch Us If You Can".
Dave Clark appears as a stuntman who gives up the rat-race to see the real world, along with the Dave Clark Five Band and Dave's model girlfriend.
The British invasion of the U.S. pop scene was in full force in 1965.
"Catch Us If You Can has a wonderful documentary aspect, capturing of English streets against the commercial side of pop culture. . ."